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This week, we share an MBA story about impact investing. Monica Ochoa Rodriguez entered the NUS MBA programme with a background in finance and an interest in social entrepreneurship, and no clear idea of how she would combine her expertise and Read on! →
How do you decide which MBA programme is right for you? In the second in a series aimed at helping those considering an MBA, the NUS MBA Blog has a radical idea to inspire your MBA research and decision-making process. WHICH Read on! →
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“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them,” Aristotle said. It is in that spirit that the NUS MBA programme launched the Management Practicum, a mandatory module for its MBA students. Read on! →
To fulfill her career goals, Filipino expatriate Nerissa Camposano decided to pursue a part-time MBA programme at NUS Business School. She felt that would sharpen her skills in finance while applying what she has learnt to her work, and fast-track Read on! →
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The NUS MBA is more than just academia. Students are encouraged to take part in different extra-curricular activities to gain a well-rounded experience during the NUS MBA.
The NUS MBA's student exchange programme is one of the most vibrant and dynamic facets of campus life which adds to the international flavour of the programme. An integral part of the curriculum, students can broaden their outlook and develop an awareness and appreciation of other cultures, political and economic environments, and approaches to doing business. Our students can spend a semester on exchange at one of more than 60 partner universities world-wide.
"This is Burma, and it is quite unlike any land you know," wrote Victorian author Rudyard Kipling in his Letters From The East in 1889.
Roll forward to the present day and, while much of the rest of the world is struggling to shake off the gloom of the global financial crisis, getting to know Myanmar as it is now called is one of the hottest topics on investors' lips.
Rich in oil, gems and other resources, with a young workforce and a strategic location bordering the giant Asian economies of India and China - on the... Read More
So far in my series of articles on Big Data I've explored what Big Data is, some of the ways businesses are using it, and what it can do to help grow your business.
In this article we'll take a look at how a company should organise itself to make best use of the opportunities from Big Data and the processes it should follow to deliver Actionable Intelligence.
Business leaders around the world are recognising the strategic edge that Big Data brings. At the recent Big Data World conference in Singapore, many of the executives that I... Read More
Judgement, influence and communication – three core management skills that are essential tools for today's business leader.
As managing companies becomes more complex with their growth in size and business diversity, Hsieh Tsun-yan, a leading management consultant with 30 years' experience in the business world, believes that mastering the art of Management Communication is critical to business success.
Hsieh Tsun-yan is a former senior director at McKinsey and founder of the LinHart Group, a leadership services firm. He is also a member of the management advisory board at NUS Business School.With this in mind, Hsieh has led... Read More
Ravi Venkatesan can face an audience and speak for more than 30 minutes without notes on the challenges and rewards of doing business in India.
His enthusiasm and in-depth knowledge might leave many in his audience with the conclusion that he's quite bullish on the prospects there. But Venkatesan dismisses that assessment, describing himself as more of a pragmatist.
"I differentiate between the reality of what it's like to do business there and live there, which is pretty rough," he says in an interview following a recent presentation at NUS Business School.
"So as an Indian... Read More
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